Elon Musk Reportedly Buys 1000s Of GPUs For AI Project

The letter was signed by over 100 experts in AI and robotics, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Sources close to the company have revealed anonymous information

Musk bought nearly 10,000 graphics processor units to advance his AI projects on Twitter.

Elon Musk

Recently, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla as well as, starting in October 2022, Twitter made headlines.

The letterhead is a spearheaded phrase

Artificial intelligence (AI), due to social concerns, should be halted.

The tech mogul appears to be moving forward with his plans for AI infrastructure despite the efforts.

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Business Insider reported that Musk is moving ahead with his plans to implement AI at Twitter. Two anonymous sources familiarized with the company have confirmed this.

Twitter's CEO has recently bought nearly 10,000 graphics processor units (GPUs), which will be used for the platform.

GPUs are typically used to run large-scale AI algorithms due to their massive computing power. Musk tweeted on March 18 that his company would 'detect and highlight manipulation of public opinions' on Twitter.

Musk's 'commitment' to the project is shown by the large quantity of GPUs he has purchased.

According to one source, the project is a collaboration between a

large language model

The sources said that the role of generative AI on Twitter was not clear.

Twitter has also recently hired new talent who have extensive experience in the AI area. Igor Babuschkin, Manuel Kroiss, and other engineers joined Musk's team in March after they worked with DeepMind. DeepMind is an AI research division of Alphabet (Google's parent company).

Musk and thousands of other tech researchers signed an open message a few months ago to encourage the development.

Temporarily stop the development

Humanity is at risk from AI.

Musk also warned regulators in 2017 at a meeting with the United States National Governors Association, that AI research needed to be regulated "before it was too late."